Praise is What I Do! Psalms for the Modern Soul [NOOK Book]

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Is an expression of deep love and commitment to the God. It's words are an outpouring of praise and worship. Although these words cannot adequately express all of the author's inexpressible joy, it is an attempt to share her deep reverence, faith, and love for God. The poems in this volume cover everything from expressions of praise to poems about controversial issues.
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Praise is What I Do! Psalms for the Modern Soul

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Overview

Is an expression of deep love and commitment to the God. It's words are an outpouring of praise and worship. Although these words cannot adequately express all of the author's inexpressible joy, it is an attempt to share her deep reverence, faith, and love for God. The poems in this volume cover everything from expressions of praise to poems about controversial issues.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012534972
  • Publisher: Your Time Publishing, LLC
  • Publication date: 12/30/2010
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 96
  • File size: 97 KB

Meet the Author

Patricia Dixon is a originally a native of New Orleans, LA blown to Houston, TX on the winds of 2005's Hurricane Katrina. Since arriving in Houston, Ms. Dixon has become a Lifetime Member of Gulf Coast Poets and Poetry Works Workshops. Ms. Dixon recently completed her Master's Degree in Literature from UHCL and is currently pursuing a Stegner Writing Fellowship to Stanford University. Her goal is to be an independent poet, author and college professor.
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  • Posted April 1, 2011

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    Although I do understand what the author was trying to convey to the reader, I found this book to be redundant at times. Not because the message(s) were repeated but because at the beginning of each poem, the author gave her reasons for writing it. That would not be so bad but it became tiresome to the eyes. I think that anyone looking for spiritual motivation would benefit if he/she used the table of contents to find the subject matter they were looking for. I feel also that the author would have done a better service to the reader by placing her motivations for the poems in one area of the book.


    Zandra Barnes
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